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create a new directory on your desktop.
create a new fla and save it to the new desktop directory.
close and fla and then reopen it.
There dosent seem to be yet. saved it a few times and no error!
Why is that?
it's hard to say.
but you should be able to create a directory on any non-restricted area that you want use to save your files. you don't have to use a desktop directory.
(p.s when using the adobe forums, please mark helpful/correct responses, if there are any.)
I knid of understand now.
I reinstalled off a hard drive onto my main harddrive.
I'm guessing the old harddrive's permissions are a little messed up because I've given it read/write perms but Adobe still won't save over files only save them a new, and even that messes up sometmies. I'll just save to my main hard drive if there's no actual fix you can think of? I doubt adobe support would be very helpful as it's a very specfic set of circumstances.
Thanks kglad, and I'll mark as helpful.